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3 Nigerian kids that owned multi-million mansions before the age of 11

The dream of most people is to be successful, wealthy and own their own homes. However, there are lots of Nigerian kids who are lucky enough to achieve these dream of owning a mansion before the age of 11. Some of them were made possible by their rich parents. These kids include the following:

(1) Muhammad Lawal

He is the first child and only son of Mompha. When he turned 6 years old, his father bought him a house in Dubai in celebration of his birthday. In his caption, he gave some insight into why he made his son a house owner, "Owning your own home is one of the best feelings ever. It can be described in words and quantified in monetary terms. Home ownership is a feeling that makes life’s daily grind worth facing. It reassures you that, after all the ups and downs, you have a place to go to. a place that will never judge you and always invite you with open arms, “ he wrote.

(2) Roy Agoda

He is the son of I go dye. He was given a mansion as his 9th birthday gift by his dad. The comedian broke the news of the unusual gift for his son via his Instagram page on June 7, 2019, where he shared photos of the beautiful mansion. The house, dubbed the "Golden Seal Castle," is just one of the steps to greatness that he hopes his son will take, he says. He further prayed that it would encourage children who didn’t have the opportunity to grow and be nurtured under a good shelter to believe that everything is possible.

(3) Emmanuella

The kid comedienne acquired a mansion and dedicated it to her mum. The talented comedian was just 10 years old when she commissioned the house in the presence of her family and friends on November 13th, 2020. Her mother, who has a striking resemblance to her, was filled with joy and happiness when Emmanuella handed her the keys to the apartment.

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